Source: Essence Magazine, 4-25-18
And, needless to say, the more they slap around non-Euro-Americans who self-identify as conservative, such as Candace Owens, the less likely those folks are to vote for their candidates.
I like Candace Owens. I think that she is brilliant and beautiful and gutsy as hell. And I do not need to agree with her on every particular aspect of her political philosophy to recognize a Black woman strong enough to stand up against progressive-left racism.
If you want to know how Donald Trump beat Hillary Clinton, just take a gander into her little "Basket of Deplorables."
Within it you will find the missing votes, including many non-Euro votes.
Now, you might argue that we don't want "the Deplorables," anyway. And what that really means is that you believe yourself morally superior to those heinous pig-farmers who live in "Red States" and "fly-over country."
Many coastal Democrats think of themselves as more sophisticated and compassionate than those horrible people over there, on the wrong side of the tracks, with too many white children, many of whom voted for Donald Trump.
Well, I did not vote for Donald Trump, but the more screechingly high-pitched the American-Left becomes -- as they fling around charges of racism like it's confetti -- the more likely that they will further divide the United States and bring about Trump Term Two.
As always, it is the hypocrisy that kills.
"Progressives" like to think of themselves as anti-racist, but this is false.
The American-Left is up to its neck in three types of racism or bigotry. These are:
1) anti-white racism
2) antisemitic anti-Zionism
3) the pitying of "people of color" to such an extent that they feel some sort-of nineteenth-century imperial sense of "white man's burden"... Lloyd.
They have not the slightest idea that they embody racism even as they claim to oppose it.
They have not the slightest idea that they embody racism even as they dump Martin Luther King, Jr.'s admonishment not to judge people according to skin color or other immutable attributes, but according to intelligence and compassion and character.